Behavioral Ethics; Moral Intuition
Clark H. Warner is a doctoral candidate in management science at the Toulouse School of Management. His research is in behavioral ethics with a focus on the role of intuition in ethical decision making, and in particular how intuition is socialized in organizational contexts. In his laboratory work to date, he has used business simulations to examine how past behavior may override current incentives. Prior to his recent studies, Clark was a high-tech professional and worked at such companies as Apple, Netezza and IBM in a variety of capacities including, engineering manager, director of software engineering and Sr. director of software product management. He holds a master's degree in theological studies from Boston University, master's degrees in sociology and business administration from Stanford University, and a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics-computer science from Harvard University.
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